It’s the weekend! Happy Saturday readers! Can’t say I have any exciting plans for the weekend to share, but lack of plans means plenty of opportunity for mischief…I mean. Yeah. The round up. And a fun sticker I found.

  • For those experiencing the freedom of college, Consumerist offers a suggestion for keeping from overspending. (Read it at Consumerist)
  • Ramit has a great article on how to finally start making money with eBay. (Read it at I Will Teach You To Be Rich)
  • Fall is on the way, meaning it’s time to switch cooking styles to stay in tune with the seasons. Wise Bread has a good primer for getting used to seasonal fall cooking. (Read it at Wise Bread)
  • I’m a big proponent of the emergency fund and Get Rich Slowly has a brilliant article on how to spice up your emergency fund. (Read it at Get Rich Slowly)
  • As this recent article shows, clean water is vital. Here’s how to get it. (Read it at Consumerist)
  • Adding to the list of things baking soda and vinegar can do: recharge your towels. (Read it at Lifehacker)

Queercents Flashback: Since I’m still getting settled with this whole moving thing, it’s on my mind a lot. And so it’s probably no surprise that I rediscovered Clint’s guest article about saving money while relocating to a big city.

Photo Credit: Elizabeth Byrne